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What does blog stand for?
A person who blogs is called a...
Basic blog entries that usually show up on the home page of a blog are called
Usually one of the first things bloggers do is change this, which is the look of the blog...
These are similar to posts, but are for "static" content which you won't change often...
These allow readers to reply to what you write, leave links, and create a general discussion...
The back-end of your blog where you make changes (not seen by the public) is called...
These are the blocks that make up sidebars (e.g. subscribe by email, links, calendars, etc.)
What information should you not include in your blog posts or comments?
Your phone number
All of the above
What does URL stand for
Unicorns Rest Lazily
Umbrellas Read Lots
Uniform Resource Locator
Underneath Remaining Logs
What features would you not include in a quality comment?
Correct spelling, punctuation, spacing, and grammar
A question and/or compliment
Personal information about yourself or others
Information relevant to the post
Clickable content in a page/posts that takes the reader to another page or site is called...
If you want to add an image to a post, what sort of image should you use?
A Creative Commons image or your own image
Any image you find in a Google search
An image copied from another blog
An image you saved from Instagram or Snapchat
A photo, graphic, or image that represents you across blogs is called...
What are the benefits of blogging?
It offers an authentic audience and purpose for your work
You can learn about digital citizenship
You can make global connections
All of the above and more